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Fig. 6 | Animal Biotelemetry

Fig. 6

From: Can accelerometry be used to distinguish between flight types in soaring birds?

Fig. 6

Time series plot of altitude (m), a single magnetometry channel (gauss), relative airspeed (V) and centred smoothed surge (g). Airspeed is relatively low with little variation when circling and gaining height in a thermal updraught (light grey) compared to straight gliding flight (dark grey). Airspeed is greatest upon leaving the thermal and decreases through the inter-thermal glide (dark grey)

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